myViewBoard Clips

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myViewBoard Clips allows users to search, access and insert educational video content onto the canvas. myViewBoard Clips offers 2 million+ educational videos from over 150 premier media brands to safely, seamlessly, and quickly create engaging lessons. myViewBoard Clips is commercial free, copyright-cleared, and curated for educational subjects.

myViewBoard Clips is powered by Boclips. Boclips is a service that collects the best educational videos across all age levels and subjects and puts them on a single platform to give an easier, faster, and safer way to use video in the classroom. [1]

This feature is only available for Education entities. A Boclips account is not required to use myViewBoard Clips.

For more information, visit https://myviewboard.com/clips/.


Powered by Boclips

Boclips provides the education industry access to rights-ready videos from world-renowned brands, aligned to curricula. Boclips aggregates over two million rights-ready video clips from some of the world's largest and most respected content producers onto a single cloud-based platform. Proprietary algorithms then map these clips to the curricula and courses used by education providers around the world, ensuring relevant search results for courseware designers, instructors and students. All videos are rights-ready, and contain stories from 1895 to yesterday. [2]

Features include [3]:

  • Browser-based platform (no special software or hardware required)
  • Features short-form instructional videos, animations, documentaries, and news footage
  • Enables users to create and share personalised collections
  • Suitable for a variety of age levels
  • Videos support most subject areas and curricula
  • Can be used with LMS's and other video tools
  • New content added daily Closed captioning available for thousands of titles


Inserting myViewBoard Clips

Inserting myViewBoard Clips is only supported on myViewBoard for Windows.

To access myViewBoard Clips:

  1. On the Floating Toolbar, click the Embed browser.
  2. On the Embed browser, click the myViewBoard Clips tile.
  3. If you are already signed in, the Embed browser should automatically redirect to the myViewBoard Clips interface.
  4. If not, the Embed browser redirects you to the myViewBoard front page.
a. Click sign in and provide your myViewBoard user name and password.
b. Once signed in, the Embed browser should automatically redirect to the myViewBoard Clips interface.
c. If not, click the myViewBoard Clips card in the Quick Links area.


To access myViewBoard Clips from the Magic Box:

  1. On the main toolbar, click the Magic Box icon.
  2. On the Magic Box toolbar, click the myViewBoard Clips   icon.
  3. If you are already signed in, the Embed browser should automatically redirect to the myViewBoard Clips interface.
  4. If not, the Embed browser redirects you to the myViewBoard front page.
a. Click sign in and provide your myViewBoard user name and password.
b. Once signed in, the Embed browser should automatically redirect to the myViewBoard Clips interface.
c. If not, click the myViewBoard Clips card in the Quick Links area.


On the myViewBoard Clips search page, perform the following:

  1. For every keyword you want to add, type a keyword on the search box and press enter. To remove a keyword, click  .
  2. (Optional) Click Choose a Subject, and select at least one tag.
  3. (Optional) Specify more filters:
    • Source: Video library to search
    • Duration: Return only videos of this length
    • Sort: Sorting of the initial results
  4. Click Search, then wait for the search to complete.
  5. Scroll down to see the search results at the bottom of the window.


To view only the videos for a specific subject:

  1. Leave the search box blank.
  2. Click Choose a Subject, and select at least one tag.
  3. Click Search, then wait for the search to complete.
  4. Scroll down to see the search results at the bottom of the window.


From the search results, locate the video you want and perform one of the following:

  • Click and drag the video on the canvas, or
  • Click the video, then click    to expand and view a short description of the content. To start playing the video, click    Play.


The video is displayed in its own floating frame. The frame can be moved and resized. Saving the canvas also saves the frame.

More Information

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